Kaizer Chiefs turn down big money bid from Zamalek for Billiat, Former Mamelodi Sundowns and current at Kaizer Chiefs as a striker, Khama now sustain injury.
Kaizer Chiefs have turned down a large sum of money for Zimbabwean striker Khama Billiat from Egyptian giants Zamalek. Zamalek from egypt pile up millions to Motaung family and the sponsor in return of Khama.
Zamalek are interested in obtaining his services, after seeing him playing at the former club Mamelodi Sundowns, however his current club Kaizer Chiefs are not into the game to let him go so easily.
Egypt was offering Neturena Kaizer Kaizer Chiefs an amount of 23m Rand or 27m Egyptian pounds for Khama, this was not enough is to get him to Zamalek. Kaizer Chiefs have once sell one of their star defenders, Teenage Hadebe, to Yeni Malatyaspor for a sizable sum of amount.
This meaning Khama to remain to Kaizer Chief and play there with the DSTV clubs.
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